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Neil Hamilton (Commissioner Gordon in the Batman television series) thinks he has only six months to live.
This movie is part of the collection: Feature Films
Director: Christy Cabanne
Production Company: W.T. Lackey Productions
Audio/Visual: sound, black & white
Keywords: Monogram Pictures; Neil Hamilton
Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0
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Saw the "Commissioner" in a whole new light!
Subject: A must-see!
Don't miss this endearing, enjoyable, and full of feel good, little film.
Lovely little film.
Subject: Enjoyable as Well
If you are a romantic you will easily enjoy this movie. It's dialogue carries the viewer like a meandering stream. It made me feel as if I were watching a Hallmark special, and at end could turn off the TV satisfied.
It's an enjoyable film, but disappointing for me because it's so far off from the book. James character is totally different than what was written. That alone made it difficult. Other than that, it's a pleasure to watch.
Dr Feel Rotten -
Subject: Great flick
This one does move very easily along and you never really expect the side plots that just sort of sprout like wild flowers in spring. The ending is so utterly surprising, but yet so very subtle. You'll be very pleased to have watched this one when you do and your heart stings will be tightened to the snapping point without ever stretching out of place. It shows the better parts of human nature with the darker sides kept quietly at bay even when they want to scream.
Gee, now I'm getting all poetic here.. I better knock it off before i make someone puke. I don't want to ruin it for ya so i won't. Just take the time to watch this splendid tale. One of the great highly UNDER rated films of our time.
Subject: A Worthwhile and Enjoyable Film
An exceptional film. The script and the lead, Neil Hamilton, are both first rate. The film moves right along from the first scene, which is a great one that sets the pace, the problem and introduces what will be the constant good humor of the film.
In the telling, nothing is over-drawn but nothing is missed either. It's well balanced and as easy and harmless as falling off a log.
The story does leave quickly, but all's been said. Neil Hamilton certainly shines throughout.
A little noise in audio, but I shouldn't even mention it. This film will carry you along pleasantly.